Here's how to work this trending colour palette into your home.
1) $50,000 renovation for this white-and-grey three-bedroom condominium unit in Sembawang The neutral palette evokes a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere in the living room, while the intricate grains of white marble visually open up the space in the apartment. (Design: Icon Interior Design) The grey tones extend to the bedroom, which is enhanced by wooden flooring. Read more about this home here. 2) Contemporary-style, white-and-grey two-bedroom condo apartment in Cairnhill ￼The design team reworked the ceiling in the living room to bring more depth to the space. Instead of concrete screed, interior designer Terence used decorative interior paint that mimics concrete. (Design: Eightytwo) The bed rests on a raised section to make better use of the bedroom space. Read more about this home here. 3) Simple and timeless apartment with a white-grey colour palette This 2,167sqf condominium apartment impresses with its simple yet chic design features. The homeowners of this four-bedroom apartment wanted a timeless design for their home, so they requested a modern classic look with a white-grey colour palette. (Design: Collective Design) To create the look of an expansive and open kitchen space, the team utilised a greyish Silestone engineered quartz for the kitchen backsplash and countertops, pairing it with white Hamptons-style cabinetry and a dark brown kitchen island base. Read more about this home here. 4) A grey palette does not necessarily mean dull home interiors What's striking in this home is the extensive amount of grey used in the living and dining areas, as well as the distinctive shape of its cove lighting that gives the 1,600 sqf condominium unit a unique urban appeal. (Design: Metamorph Design) Interior designer Kavin and his team converted a study space into a dry kitchen that joins up with the dining area. Read more about this home here. 5) A spacious Scandinavian-inspired apartment in Taiwan The designer and homeowners of this home furnished it with furniture in a singular colour tone to match the concrete screed wall behind the TV. (Design: Hguan Interior Design) For a restful ambience in the master bedroom as well as an overall holistic look, the homeowners chose a dark grey palette, complemented with wood finishes on the headboard and cupboard. Read more about this home here. This article was first published in Home & Decor.